The Toyota Tundra is the oldest entry in its class and that too a non-American one. No one had even the slightest idea that this Japanese pick-up truck will survive the segment, let alone thrive. There are only a few complaints about the Tundra like fuel economy and sluggish transmission but for the off-road duties, the TRD Pro models come equipped with fox shocks and almost the best in class ground clearance.
Visually most people out there feel like it still looks old but we think this is the main feature that has kept it apart from the usual competition like the Ford F-150, GMC Sierra, and Chevrolet Silverado 1500. For 2022 Toyota Tundra is expected to have some upgrades and most of them are pretty significant.